Overall Filings of corporate and securities lawsuits during the first quarter of 2014 were at their lowest levels since before the financial crisis, according to the latest report from Advisen, the insurance information firm.
Lack of Reasonable Efforts to Maintain Secrecy of Trade Secrets Can Undermine Otherwise Compelling Claim of Misappropriation
If you believe that a former employee may have taken your trade secrets on his way out the door and you are considering court action to rectify the situation, it is important to have compelling evidence of the misappropriation.
There are a lot of lawyers in America. Lots and lots.
Aereo’s Supreme Court Oral Argument Raises Questions On the Cloud, Gives Little Answers About Ruling
The outcome of the monumental ABC v. Aereo Supreme Court case can not be predicted based on Tuesdays oral arguments, according to communications lawyers behind the CommLawBlog.
Though it makes things less entertaining, it’s probably for the best: when the Supreme Court has a landmark case and industry-shaping issue on its hands, it likes to keep its opinions as narrow and specific as possible. Based on what we heard this morning in ABC v. Aereo, the same will likely happen in this case. Though, with SCOTUS oral arguments, you never really do know what they mean.
We’re switching it up here again on our Two for Tuesdays, and instead of bringing you tips today, I’m bringing you two thought leaders in the legal industry to pay attention to!
For the past week I have watched specials on television and read articles about the Korean ferry disaster when the Sewol capsized with several hundreds school children aboard.
High Stakes High Tech Drama: Why Companies with Millions of Users Are Concerned About a Class Action Lawsuit by Thousands of Workers
As you will recall from previous posts, a large high tech antitrust class action is being waged in California that has major implications for employer non-solicitation agreements.
The FCC recently issued two important decisions granting exceptions to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (“TCPA”) to allow calls and text messages to mobile phones without first obtaining the recipient’s consent.